Niagara Region Public Health is hosting two virtual Q&As with Dr. Hirji as an opportunity for parents and guardians to ask any questions they have around COVID-19 vaccines.
A new interactive report wants you to look at mental health and the justice system differently 'We have a responsibility to serve these people because they deserve better from us' The John Howard Society of Ontario has released a new report, it's calling Broken Record: The Continued Criminalization of Mental Health Issues. The report, launched on
We offer an hour long information session reviewing the cost, eligibility, and the frequently asked questions of going through the application process, as well as the measurable benefits of receiving a record suspension.
We will drastically reduce the number of people in Ontario jails - and prevent more crimes in the process. By Paula Osmok, Executive Director of the John Howard Society of Ontario.
In order to keep our clients and our staff safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, the John Howard Society of Niagara will be restricting client access to our buildings. We will lock our doors to the public and we will no longer offer in-person counselling to clients unless there are extraordinary circumstances. Clients needing
The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is pleased to announce that the John Howard Society of Niagara has become a certified Living Wage Employer.
Each Christmas the John Howard Society of Niagara participates an “Adopt-A-Family” program. The families who we feel are most in need are selected from the ‘Strengthening Families for the Future program’. The parent is asked if they would like to participate. When they agree they supply us with sizes of the children as well as
Library CEO starts new chapter in St. Catharines Ken Su added many accomplishments to the books with Welland institution Jan 20, 2019 by Karena Walter, The St. Catharines Standard Ken Su sees libraries as community hubs where everyone is welcome to gather — even if they don't check out a book. The new head of